|Subject||Posted By||Forum||Category||Last Activity||Activity|
|The Ultimate Throwback Thursday Collection||jchampeau||First Ring Daily||Podcasts||2 weeks ago||0 Replies|
|Offline/Mobile App/"Living Room" Viewing||jchampeau||Premium||Podcasts||3 months ago||2 Replies|
|Skype and Skype for Business||jchampeau||Microsoft||Cloud||5 months ago||4 Replies|
Twice-bankrupt RadioShack is auctioning off much of their old museum-worthy gear: https://ubidestates.hibid.com/catalog/103245/radioshack-auction–1/
Any chance there's a Thurrott.com mobile app or method for offline/mobile/"living room" podcast viewing in the works? Paul mentioned not long ago on one of the podcasts that he records an HGTV show and he and his wife take a lunch break and watch it. I also work from home and do the same thing--and I'd like to watch First Ring Daily in the living room each day; preferably via an Apple TV app. And an option to download episodes and watch them on a plane would be great.
Can anyone out there shed some light on the roadmap for Skype, Skype for Business, and more to the point, if and/or when they'll ever be combined into one product? To say Microsoft is bad at naming its products is an understatement, but it's especially true here. "Skype Meetings," an obviously business-focused feature of the consumer half of the Skype brand, only serves to muddy the waters further. It's almost as if Microsoft has forgotten why products have names--to differentiate one product from another.